Pak condemns civilian killings, demands COI
Kashmir Vision News
Srinagar: Pakistan Saturday condemned the civilian killings in South Kashmir’s Pulwama while saying that India was making a ‘mockery’ of human rights in Kashmir.
Spokesperson of Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Muhammad Faisal in a series of Tweets said that the Commission of Inquiry (COI) was ‘imperative’, for, what he said, bringing an immediate halt to Indian ‘state-sponsored terrorism,’ human right ‘abuses’ in Kashmir.
“Establishment of the #OHCHR COI is imperative for bringing an immediate halt to Indian state sponsored terrorism & human right abuses in IOK @mbachelet #Kashmirbleeds #Pulwama,” he tweeted.
“Pakistan strongly condemns abhorrent ruthless killing of 14 innocent Kashmiris, (including father of a 3 month baby) & injuries to 200 more by direct Indian firing on protestors in #Pulwama,” Faisal said in another tweet
“From blinding 18 month baby #hiba, to murdering 14 year old Kashmiri boys, #India makes a mockery of human rights everyday in IOK #Kashmirbleeds,” he wrote.